Wash. Admin. Code § 357-52-080 - What can a prehearing conference be used for?

The board may direct the parties or their representatives to engage in a prehearing conference(s) to consider the following:

(1) Simplification or limitation of issues;
(2) Possibility of obtaining stipulations, admissions of fact, and admissions of the genuineness of documents that will avoid unnecessary proof;
(3) Discovery, discovery methods and discovery deadlines;
(4) Number of witnesses expected to be called and their names when possible;
(5) Approximate time necessary for presentation of the evidence of the respective parties;
(6) Whether or when motions may be brought;
(7) Exhibits;
(8) Affidavits; and
(9) Such other matters as may aid in the prompt disposition of the appeal.


Wash. Admin. Code § 357-52-080

Statutory Authority: Chapter 41.06 RCW. 05-01-190, § 357-52-080, filed 12/21/04, effective 7/1/05.

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